Archives and Knowledge Management
Scholarly Online Resource Evidence
and Records for use by Genealogists
and Family Historians
The resources are an exhaustive attempt to
combine all KEY professional Historical Research
and Genealogy Research sites. Example:
Under UNITED STATES
A simple notation:
Southern Studies Jumpgate and The Library of Virginia.
This opens a wealth of data from the Center
for the Study of the American South,
located at the University of North Carolina,
in combination with the excellent resource:
The Library of Virginia.
A fingertip away is the exceedingly
powerful and comprehensive Searching
By State and StateGenSites, which lists
States within the United States Of America
and U.S. Genealogy State by State.
Once this Professional site is mastered,
Professional Genealogy and Family
History Research on the Internet becomes
a breeze. Others have posted their thousands
of sites, but this site posts the KEYS to
the ten thousands of professional links sites.
EXAMPLE INTERNAL EXTRACTION:
TRY: Professional Genealogy:
A Manual for Researchers, Writers, Editors,
Lecturers, and Librarians
Elizabeth Shown Mills, ed.
How to Cite Sources
by John Wylie
DOCUMENTATION and PUBLICATIONS:
LOOK FOR: Electronic Online Citation Guides
Interpretations of basic styles such as MLA, APA,
Turabian and Electronic References. ETC.
[Various professional groups listed have
additional recommendations and links.]
Tom Tinney, Sr.
Genealogy and Family History Internet Web Directory
"Free Coverage of the Genealogy World in a Nutshell"
Who's Who in America, Millennium Edition [54th] -
Who's Who In Genealogy and Heraldry, [both editions]